A few days ago we paid our first visit (on the recommendation of our son Mark) to the Red Robin restaurant. They serve extraordinay French Fries, fried onion rings on a skewer, and incredible hamburgers. To the dismay of my dining partners (Marlene and Mark), I ordered the clam strips. They were good but I should have ordered a hamburger.
Last night, on our way to Wheaton to visit some friends, we saw this sign that more or less speaks for itself: "Dementia care beyond compare." I can't decide if I think it's in good taste or not, but I remembered it this morning so I guess it's good advertising.
Here's a good post on worship songs that sound nice but don't say very much.